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    ArcelorMittal - Internal Benchmarking Private

    ArcelorMittal has utilised an internal benchmarking framework-called the "Reality Check"-which as developed by a consulting partner.  This benchmarking framework assesses communication, regional CSR governance, policies, control mechanisms (audit, management systems, etc.) and employee...

    ArcelorMittal - Building stronger links with our communities in the USA and across the Americas Private

    The response to this challenge was the creation of ‘The Councils for Stronger Communities’ (CSCs), unique initiative. This enables them to bring together employees at each site with representatives from departments like Health & Safety, Environment, and Human Resources, and external...

    BITC Ireland (PepsiCo) - People Development to ensure sustained exceptional employee talent Private

    PepsiCo responded to this challenge through the creation of the’ PWF Leadership Development Program’, designed to identify potential and future leaders within the organizations business units (Americas, Asia, Ireland and Puerto Rico).

    The program was developed to ensure diversity in the...

    BITC UK (BT) - Carbon Clubs Private

    "Carbon Clubs" were created for the employees of BT in June 2007, in response to their request to do something for the environment. Clubs are a framework for people to share knowledge and ideas with colleagues and take action together. No rules were given: each group is free to explore issues...

    ArcelorMittal - Rising to the challenge of sustainable housing for low income families Private

    In 2008, the Tecucel River in Romania flooded and destroyed more than 300 homes, and this was the catalyst for a new partnership between the ArcelorMittal Foundation and the NGO Habitat for Humanity. ArcelorMittal took an existing Habitat for Humanity design and turned it into a simple...

    BITC Ireland (Accenture) - Aligning community investment activities with business goals Private

    Skills to Succeed was launched in 2009 as a way to align our corporate citizenship activities strategically around a central focus. The goal is that by 2015, we will equip 250,000 people around the world with the skills to get a job or build a business. Accenture and the Accenture Foundations...

    BITC Ireland (Accenture) - Supporting female employees to advance to leadership positions Private

    Accent on Women (AoW) is a community and support network for women in Accenture and is focused on the retention and advancement of women in the firm. We provide mentoring, networking and training opportunities focused on the needs of our female employees. AoW includes a strong Maternity...